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This is a “one day at a time” reckoning.. We will either hit rock bottom or sober up as a species. PLEASE CLICK ON TITLE FOR RICH BUCKLAND’S EPIPHANY NOTEBOOK

Posted 03/18/2020 01:28 PM

Paul Butterfield - "THE POWER AND THE GLORY OF PAUL VAUGHN BUTTERFIELD"- RICH BUCKLAND'S EPIPHANY NOTEBOOK - "Born In Chicago" - Full Performance With Rick Danko, 1979

Paul Butterfield is the only blues artist to appear at The Newport Folk Festival in ‘65, Monterey Pop Festival in ‘67 and Woodstock in ‘69. This trifecta is the signature of his importance to the history of a bountiful blues heritage.

Posted 01/10/2020 05:19 PM

Mike Bloomfield and Friends- Live-Fillmore West- Feb. 1, 1969- 1 Hr.- On This Evening, Mike and His Band of Blue Soldiers Dished Out a Menu of Fine Blue Mood Melodies Including Book End Versions of the Butterfield Signature Sensation "Born In Chicago"

The Bloomfield legacy is written as an act in 3 parts. 1) The Butterfield connection. 2) The Dylan dynamic. 3) The devoted bluesman pushing hard road and inner sorrow. Epitaph: Mike percolated with the faculties of pure joy and rage as his fingers performed a desperate, fretting dance of blue fire.

Posted 04/01/2014 08:17 AM

  • Mike Bloomfield

Mike Bloomfield - A Short Profile - From The Documentary "Chicago Blues Reunion" - Barry Goldberg Tells of How He Met Mike and Mike Performs With Muddy Waters - Plus! B.B. King and Nick Gravanities Share Bluesville Insights

He was the guitar slinger Dylan trusted when Bobby plugged in at Newport in ’65. He was the cat Paul Butterfield thought was the best kid on the Chicago blues block. He formed one of the finest Soulful Blues combos of the 60’s, The Electric Flag. He was Michael Bloomfield and he split way too soon.

Posted 05/26/2013 04:31 PM

The Newport Folk Festival- 1963-1966- Full Film- Featuring Donavon, Judy Collins, Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, Howlin Wolf, Johnny Cash, Mike Bloomfield, Paul Butterfield, Peter, Paul and Mary Plus Many Other Folk and Blues Legends!

We are pleased to present “Festival”, the Murray Lerner film which captures magnificent footage from the King of all festivals, Newport. This compilation defines a history of influential legends the likes of which we shall never see again.

Posted 11/14/2009 10:26 AM